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Oct 8, 2011 7:00am PDT
morning. thanks for being with us. the start of a very big weekend here in the bay, lots of activities, lot of things going on under bright sunshine today. >> yes, it's good news for anyone with outdoor activities. great conditions. it's going to be gorgeous. squeezing out some 80s in our warmest spots today and pretty clear starting out this morning. take a look outside. not a cloud in the sky. we are contending with a little cloud cover along the coastline, a little patchy fog. for the most part, a nice day on tap. another clear outside in san francisco, plenty of blue there. currently on the cool side, 40s and 50s. more on our full forecast in just a bit. the ocean when he ran out of >>> this amazing rescue caught on tape, after a pilot had to ditch his plane in the ocean after he ran out of fuel. the 65-year-old pilot taking off from monterrey yesterday. the coastguard said that he radioed for help 400 miles east of hawaii. more with the officers on scene and the cool man behind the controls. >> reporter: when the coastguard received the call around 12:30 in the afternoon, the crew
CBS
Oct 1, 2011 8:00pm PDT
reminds me of now is how nick saban used mark ingram a couple years back when he won his heisman against south carolina. remember that? he had all those carries. the team was close to 250 yards in that football game and i think saban now is showing the rest of the people especially lsu be ready for this too by the way. remember, we got this too. >> verne: richardson's career high now with 167 earlier against north texas earlier in year. marquis maze and the direct snap to richardson. he adds to the total. >> gary: do you want to go back to the one play they think kind of broke this thing open in the second half for alabama. the third and 9 throw from mccarron to maze on the sideline. that was probably the only pressure packed play for mccarron the whole football game and he came through. >> verne: the starting offensive line still in there. >> gary: oh, yeah, you're not taking them out as long as number 3's in there. >> verne: mccarron lined up wide to the top of the screen and the wildcat again and marquis maze. here's richardson. >> gary: pretty impressive isn't it? >> verne: is it rea
CBS
Oct 15, 2011 7:00am PDT
for starting your day with us. i'm anne mackovic. >> i'm kristy siefken. >> it is going to be a lovely day, whatever you're doing. >> it's going to be nice. temperatures still relatively warm, although a cooling trend in store heading into the weekend by a few degrees today, definitely more noticeable on sunday. clouds back in the forecast. current temperatures outside, pretty mild. cloud cover keeping us on the warmer side. so that's the good news. 58 in fairfield, 55 in livermore. i'll tell you about our highs and the extended forecast, later on in the show. >>> oakland police investigating another deadly shooting, as the city prepares for a public meeting on violence. yesterday's shooting left one man dead, another one injured in west oakland at the intersection of willow and 11th street. this is oakland's 91st homicide of the year. 95 people were killed in all of 2010. this latest violence happens just as the mayor is set to host a safety summitt today. she and new interim police chief howard jordan will unveil some of their ideas, including expanding the role of every city
CBS
Oct 29, 2011 7:00am PDT
down on the east coast. >>> a gorgeous weekend ahead of us. >> indeed. >> a tricky set is up there, looking at snow here in northern california not quite the case yet. it will be another beautiful weekend with lots of warm temperatures, inlands pretty clear and the bay clear this morning. looking live outside here at the bay bridge. coastline not seeing much fog today, either. pretty mild conditions although a little chilly start. because there's no cloud cover numbers are down into the 30s in some locations. we will cool off by the end of the week and we will have a full forecast later in the show. >> thanks, christy. >>>in the news today, another hell's angel funeral today. san jose police say they are take nothing chances. they promised to be out there in extra force. steve towson will be buried at the oak hill memorial park. he was killed at the same cemetery two weeks ago during the funeral of another hell's angel member. police are still looking for a man named steve ruiz, he is a suspect in towson's murder. >>> all the biker blood shed originated with a fight over turf at a
CBS
Oct 22, 2011 7:00am PDT
your day here. >>> we are glad you're joining us for a beautiful weekend here in the bay area. boy, temperatures above normal. >> very much above normal and it's going to be gorgeous throughout the rest of the weekend. those temperatures, well, i'll tell you how much above average in just a little bit. but pretty clear outside right now. not a cloud in the sky of the shot of san francisco. this afternoon some clouds making their way back to the coastline, but pretty pleasant overall. your full forecast coming up. >> thanks, kristy. >>> the occupy wall street movement continues to grow and now new numbers show it is gaining more support from america. about 37% of americans surveyed by the associated press and gfk say they support the protests and 58% say they are angry with american politics. at the same time, though, most who support the protests do not blame president obama for the economic conditions. more than 2/3 place either a lot or almost all of the blame on former president bush. now, the occupy camps have grown into sprawling communities in two bay area cities, san francis
CBS
Oct 28, 2011 6:00pm PDT
stepping down. christin ayers shows us the celebrity who drew boos with the mere mention of the mayor's name. >> reporter: and dana, that celebrity is filmmaker michael moore. he was out here speaking to this crowd which has swelled to hundreds in the past couple of hours. this group is on their nightly general assembly meeting and planning a general strike next week against banks and other corporations. >> reporter: the crowd of provide testers swelled friday as michael moore took center stage in support of a movement that took on a life of its own. at the mere mention of jean quan's name. >> i sent her an email asking if we could speak. >> boo! >> police departments and police unions across the country supporting the "occupy" movement in their towns. albany, new york a beautiful example. the governor told them to remove the people and the police said, we don't consider that part of police work. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: the mayor was in this press conference within earshot of the crowd explaining why she suddenly flip-flopped this week backing down from the crackdown that s
CBS
Oct 25, 2011 11:00pm PDT
confrontation grew so intense, police used clubs to turn the demonstrators back. but demonstrators were not as reserved as they described. paint balls were fired or thrown at officers and a series of small fires erupted behind city hall. and watch as this protester hurls a large object at this chp cruiser, smashing the back window. >> turns out i believe took this action earlier. i believe that we have the duty and the responsibility to protect life and property. >> ladies and gentlemen, i ask that you forgive our voice and perhaps a shaky camera. the tear gas here has been quite significant. difficult to see. difficult to speak. in a very late night press conference, oakland police tell us protesters have thrown knives at them. even the kitchen sink as they move individuals out of franco plaza. at this hour, they tell us there have been 102 total arrests. two police officers have been injured. as you can see, this is still quite an active scene and the demonstrators have run from the tear gas at this moment, but they certainly have not left the streets of downtown. ken and dana, back t
CBS
Oct 28, 2011 12:00pm PDT
from several prominent voices, especially liberals. and as kristy seifkin tells us, even the protestors themselves are not sure where jean quan stands. >> terrible. if she was a football coach on an nfl team, she would be replaced. >> reporter: willie brown isn't the only one who thinks that mayor quan needs to move along. she has been under constant fire from national media since tuesday's raid. >> seems a little heavy-handed. unless one of the protestors was godzilla. >> mayor quan is left with two choice, she candice miss the acting police chief howard jordan and use her powers to authorize "occupy oakland" to protest again without harassment or having betrayed everything she supported and all those who had supported her, she must resign. >> reporter: and now liberal online media hub moveon.org has started an ad that calls for quan to stop police brutality. >> tell mayor quan and tell her this happens under your watch. >> reporter: protestors aren't holding your breath. >> it's difficult for her? i would say yes. do i expect more from her? no. i really don't. >> reporter: quan skippe
CBS
Oct 21, 2011 12:00pm PDT
tactic. they don't know how to approach us. >> reporter: oakland police are monitoring the area for safety but have received no direction from mayor jean quan about taking action against "occupy oakland." early monday morning, san francisco police in riot gear raided the "occupy sf" base camp at justin herman plaza ending in a violent clash and five arrests. oakland occupiers say they are ready here but they are split on how to react. >> i don't think nobody wants to get violent. >> reporter: but you would be ready to get arrested? >> yes, arresting is part of the task, i guess, because that's all they can do is arrest us. >> somebody just got up the other day a vietnam vet and said he would die for us. >> reporter: they are taking me inside what they call oscar grant plaza, school, library and garden showing they are ready to stay for months. >> we have a plan. i can't uncover that but i'll guarantee they want to watch what they're doing. >> reporter: police want to watch what they're doing? >> yes. >> reporter: what specifically are you looking for city hall to do? >> nothing. it'
CBS
Oct 30, 2011 5:30pm PDT
police. the few who are being investigated. >>> this airport is leaving us here and not doing anything about it. >> the passenger bill of rights didn't go into effect. the conditions hundreds of jetblue passengers faced while stuck on the tarmac for hours. good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. it's been two weeks since occupy sf has been calling part of the plaza home. despite the police intervention the 'em camp. has remained virtually untouched. now there is a down right disgusting problem that could change all that. the problem that could mean eviction. >> reporter: occupy san francisco is now dealing with dirty dealings of its own. overflowing port a potties. now, unusable. protestors closing them off to the public until they can be cleaned out t question is, when, and will it be soon enough before it being comes a health hazard? >> yeah, i mean if we have some unclean toilets it's a good excuse for the cops to come in and tell us we need to leave because we're breaking laws, directing signs to other resources available in the community. >> reporter: as tension rises at occup
CW
Oct 19, 2011 10:00pm PDT
the vets close enough unbelievable so within the 15 yards, got a tranquilizer with us. and our officers put it down. >> joel harris shot this cell phone video of a bear. >> a wolf comes from the fence that the bear is in and comes up to the fence and popped right through the fence. >> thompson was well-known to local law enforcement here. he had just gotten out of prison after serving a year and he had been visited numerous times following complaints. >> we've handled numerous complaints here. we've been to his house for some sort of problem with the animals, anywhere from hours running at large to not being treated properly. so this has been a huge problem for us for a lot of years. >> thompson's estranged wife asked officials bury all her animals. including in it, 18 tigers endangered species, there were currently fewer than 1500 remaining in the world. cynthia bauers. >> he doesn't remember much accept thinking he was going to die. a but a trucker involved in a freeway crash is very much alive thanks to heroic young mother that he'll never forget. tonight he shares his story
CBS
Oct 24, 2011 5:00pm PDT
a kind of a flashback to the boom of the '90s, huh, len? >> reporter: that's right this. used to happen all the time but it's more rare with the recession here in silicon valley. it has affected high-tech ipos. people here at linkedin are in what's called a lockup period. they have their stock but they are not allowed to sell it, that is until next month. people here say when we start to see people selling off, it might be a little different than it was in the past. for linkedin employees, the countdown is on until november 21st. that's the day when they will finally be allowed to begin cashing out their company stocks a day when many will become instantly wealthy. throughout silicon valley, luxury retailers including car dealers are prepping for new sales opportunities. but one los altos real estate broker says he expects linkedin employees to be more cautious than previous groups of internet millionaires. one silicon valley charitable foundation says it was invited to speak to employees about philanthropy. she says employees seemed interest in the tax benefit and the possibilit
CBS
Oct 4, 2011 11:00pm PDT
family could use the money. her parents took out second mortgages, ran up their credit cards, and drained their retirement account. even amanda's grandmother took out a $250,000 mortgage to help pay all those legal fees. but first things first, she is home. manny was there when she got off the plane. >> amanda knox was overcome with emotion as she was cheered by well wishers at the seattle airport. >> thank you to everyone who believed in me, who has defended me, who supported my family. >> knox was set free on monday. a jury said faulty dna evidence was used to convict her of murdering her british roommate four years ago in perugia. she was acquitted and one day later flew home. >> i was looking down from the airplane and it seemed like everything wasn't real. my family is the most important thing to me right now and i just want to go and be with them. >> knox's case played out under an international spotlight and here in seattle, her story often made headlines. many here are relieved they were worried this day would never come. >> we love you. >> the airport, friends and well wi
CBS
Sep 30, 2011 5:00pm PDT
ravine. when they didn't hear from their father for several days, they figured out where he last used his cell phone and debit card and started their search. >> we stopped at every ravine and looked over every hill and then my brother got out of the car and we kept screaming, and then next thing we heard dad say, help, help. family members went down to get lavau, but ended up getting caught themselves. rescue crews had to pull them out. they say despite his injuries, lavau is in good spirits. sandra hughes, cbs news, valencia, california. >> what a lucky man. >> very. >>> it was supposed to be the calm before the storm but the plans and the venue went up in smoke. what the plans were and what's happening now. >>> less pain during, less soreness after. how doctors can make flu shots feel better and who is eligible. >>> and they say they didn't get the whole story. what paramedics say they were not told when they got to michael jackson's house. ,,,,,,,, the marin county d-a has decided not >>> for sausalito's vice mayor a s.w.a.t. on the hand gets him a slap on the physical. the marin c
CBS
Oct 17, 2011 6:00pm PDT
break currently are using the money. the big question is whether or not the $104 million in tax breaks has created jobs and cleaned up the environment or been one big freebee of taxpayer money. this comes after solyndra went bankrupt after receiving a half billion dollars from the federal government and another bunch of money from state tax breaks. mayor chuck reed still believes it's wise to use tax pair money to help these industries. they say they have invested hundreds of millions of dollars and pays utility taxes. he believes the city is getting more in return than it is putting out. one company, solar power, got $715,000 from the city in 2007. married says the city has already recouped about $2,500,000 of that money. he says the company has invested $60 million in this city. >> their future, who know, it's a very competitive industry. not all will survive. they have created the investment and the jocks, we're happy to have jobs for people in san jose. >> this hasn't soured your enthusiasm for solar power or for investing in these companies? >> interview: we have about a do
CBS
Oct 21, 2011 1:35am PDT
husband a falcon? thanks for the falcon. i didn't buy anyone a falcon. sure, you did. you saved us a lot of money on auto insurance. i used that money to buy a falcon. ergo, you bought me a falcon. i should've got a falcon. most people who switch to state farm save on average about $480. what they do with it, well, that's their business. oh, that explains a lot, actually. [ chuckles ] [ male announcer ] another reason people switch to state farm. aw, i could've gotten a falcon. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> two earthquakes in the same place rattled the bay area. what was different about the second one? >> libyans celebrate the fall of gadhafi. his last words and the james bond-like weapon he had. >> i think that he kind of felt that if you ignore something, if you don't want something to exist, you can have magical thinking. it worked for him in the past. >> steve jobs secret regret. what the apple visionary refused to do that could have saved his life. and good evening, i'm ken. >> and i'm elizabeth cook.
CBS
Oct 14, 2011 5:00pm PDT
specific destination. they haven't told us. but it seems like they're purposeful. you can see the line of police officers there. police are trying to push that crowd a little to the north we're told. [ screaming ] >> this is "occupy wall street" new york where the protests got violent today. demonstrators clashing with police. nypd intervened when crowds flooded into the streets and began to march towards the stock exchange. 14 people were arrested. protestors averted removal earlier in the day when the city postponed a planned clean- up of the encampment at a park. >>> the treasury department says it has never seen a loan like the one the government gave to solar panel maker solyndra. a house committee this morning grilled department leaders on that loan. republicans want to know why the deal said that if solyndra went bankrupt, which of course it did, private investors would be reimbursed before taxpayers? >> i think those are important questions to ask because it looks like there's a cover-up. >> i think that these -- that allegations flying around about cover-up are exactly the pro
CW
Oct 7, 2011 10:00pm PDT
using the cover of medical marijuana to make extraordinary amounts of money in short to engage in drug trafficking and many of these drug trafficking operations are in plain sight. >> feds say they are not going after what they call small time growers, only the big operations. if they don't close within 45 days, prosecutors will pursue criminal charges and seize bank accounts. this is the most serious threat yet to the industry that has grown very fast. especially here in the bay area. robert lyles tells us despite this latest threat, the medical marijuana business is looking to hire. >> malcome is a member of app unwanted club. the bay area's unel employed. >> for more than a year. >> i'm looking far job right now. >> both came looking to earn new w2's in an industry growing like weed, literally. >> i think most people think that the jobs in the industry are all selling medical marijuana. >> organizers of the first annual cannabis industry job fair think that misconception goes up in smoke. >> 90% of jobs are servicing the people that are selling medical marijuana. >> they need talent
CBS
Oct 3, 2011 5:00pm PDT
news release. what they are telling us here, in essence, is that two people have died here, the woman, 78 years old, her name has not been released, that is the wife of dennis woo, as well as the suspect. they were both taken to the hospital and they were -- they died at the hospital. and i should add, here, that according to this news release there will be a community meeting pertaining to the officer involved shooting at the richmond recreational center 6:00 at 18 avenue between clement and california. we'll bring you more details as we get them liz. >> joe vasquez, thank you. >> all right. >>> an officer involved shooting was caught on tape by police. police say a city-issued la pell camera showed what happened when a cop shot and killed a suspect on september 25th. it happened on cherry street near 99th avenue. police say, during a struggle, an armed man threatened the officers so the officer opened fire. it is not clear if police will release that video to the public. >>> well police have identified three people, shot and killed, after an illegal party in san leandro over t
CBS
Oct 5, 2011 1:35am PDT
husband a falcon? thanks for the falcon. i didn't buy anyone a falcon. sure, you did. you saved us a lot of money on auto insurance. i used that money to buy a falcon. ergo, you bought me a falcon. i should've got a falcon. most people who switch to state farm save on average about $480. what they do with it, well, that's their business. oh, that explains a lot, actually. [ chuckles ] [ male announcer ] another reason people switch to state farm. aw, i could've gotten a falcon. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. [ falcon screeches ] [ male announcer ] get to a better state. other places have bbq burgers, hbut not with the kick this oneh my new ouhas- burger. outlaw means it's loaded with hickory-smoked bacon, onion rings and topped with my bourbon barbecue sauce. and i'll tell you somethin' else they don't have- -my outlaw spicy chicken sandwich. yehaw! whoa! whoa whoa whoa whoa.. ride that spicy chicken! >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> my family is the most important thing to me right now and i just want to go and be with them. >> a long jour
CBS
Oct 18, 2011 11:00pm PDT
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CBS
Oct 19, 2011 5:00pm PDT
are using the tool for which they are condemning this person. it's total hypocracy. >> reporter: back inside the memorial our chopper 5 footage shows huge posters were hung from the building. one was a younger steve jobs holding the first-ever macintosh computer and then also an older perhaps wiser steve jobs in his trademark black turtleneck n los gatos, i'm stephanie chuang, cbs 5. >>> singer norah jones. band coldplay performed at today's service. >>> the "occupy" protests have taken center stage here in the bay area. the tent cities that have popped up have been a source of concern on both sides of the bay. what's going on in this tale of two cities? phil matier on what makes the protests for the same cause so different. >> reporter: it's interesting. the question is, do you support the protests? you have the demonstration. but what do you do when the demonstrators decide to stay? >> reporter: in san francisco, mayor ed lee drew the line early saying that while he endorsed the goals of the demonstration -- >> we stand with you. >> reporter: -- he was not let them set up camp
CBS
Oct 4, 2011 12:00pm PDT
ming laven shows us, she was relieved. >> reporter: her face says it all. amanda knox is free. the 24-year-old smiled as she showed her boarding pass at a rome airport and headed home. knox's family friend giulia alagna says she spoke with amanda just before she left. >> she said i'm still not on my plane but i already feel like i'm flying. >> reporter: this morning monks said, "those who wrote, those defended me, those who were close, those who prayed more fee, i love you, amanda." knox looked calm and relieved today after an overwhelming night. knox broke down as an italian appeals court delivered her fate. jurors acquitted her of murdering her british roommate. knox was so overcome with emotion, police almost had to carry her out of the courtroom. two hours later, inmates cheered as she left perugia's prison. she had spent four years behind bars for the murder of meredith kercher. the kercher family spoke with reporters in perugia this morning and they said they are shocked, upset and still without answers. >> that's the biggest disappointment, not knowing still, and knowing that t
CBS
Oct 20, 2011 6:00pm PDT
the seismic upgrades at the cal memorial stadium when that happened. they tell us they felt some shaking but were able to get back to work. >> mark sayre has been talking to the experts at usgs. they are going to tell us why it was so widely felt, mark? >> reporter: and allen, we have also had some aftershocks worth mentioning a 1.8 at 90 in the afternoon 2.2 at 4:50 in the afternoon both in the east bay, felt in parts of san francisco and parts of the peninsula and experts here say more aftershocks are to be expected. >> bk is berkeley. so now it's very close in with just a sharp pulse. >> reporter: the doctor with the usgs says the epicenter of the quake was just south of the uc-berkeley campus at a depth of 6 miles. >> so it's down quite distance in terms of distance from the surface. however, it was felt widely throughout the san francisco bay area. >> reporter: residents from as far south as santa cruz as far north as santa rosa, and into the sacramento area reported feeling the quake. >> so this is a strike foot motion so the hayward fault is a right lateral so one side mov
CBS
Oct 11, 2011 11:00pm PDT
. today he laid out his frustrations. but as robert lyles shows us, batts wasn't alone. why did chief batts step down as plot that reads like a movie script. the u-s government says an elite wing of iran's military --responsible for past terror attacks.. tried to hire a mexican drug cartel hitman to assassinate the saudi ambassador in washington. the prime suspect is this man: mansoor arbab-seer. he was charged in federal court in new york today. he has duel citizenship in iran and the u.s. bob orr on how the plot was uncovered. nns-n restrictions: -this story san francisco's mission district campus is forcing neighbors to shelter-in-place. one student says the evacuation was chaotic. "um, there was a police officer there, he just bum rushed us out of the class and said to evacuate. he didn't say why or anything so we just left." 600 students were evacuated. police bomb squads did find 2 suspicious packages on campus. one has been cleared. part of valencia street was closed for a time, but has now re-opened. first he was the front-runner. then he fell behind. now mitt romney is
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Oct 22, 2011 1:35am PDT
us to bid the audience a good night. geoff: you were about to speak in french there. craig: no, no i was not. so geoffrey, it only remains for us to say good night, everybody. geoff: good night, everyone. craig: good night. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- hey, jessica, jerry neumann with a policy question. jerry, how are you doing? fine, i just got a little fender bender. oh, jerry, i'm so sorry. i would love to help but remember, you dropped us last month. yeah, you know it's funny. it only took 15 minutes to sign up for that new auto insurance company but it's taken a lot longer to hear back. is your car up a pole again? [ crying ] i miss you, jessica! jerry, are you crying? no, i just, i bit my tongue. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. ♪ [ folksy whistling ]] [ man ] quitting is a fight you can't let yourself lose. it can take many tries. but keep trying, you will beat smoking. honey, you okay? yeah, i'm fine. ♪ [ ukulele ] >>> you're watching eyewitness news in high definition. >>> the rest of our troops in iraq will come home by the
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Sep 30, 2011 11:00pm PDT
intelligence left after the strike, but that was never used. it was part of a secret buildup that occurred in and around yemen as that country emerged to one of al-qaeda's most active branches. >> further proof that al-qaeda and its affiliates will find no safe haven anywhere in the world. >> since the bin laden raid last may, the u.s. killed seven other high level al-qaeda operatives in pakistan, somalia and yemen. david martin, cbs news, the pentagon. >> and there's late word tonight that the attack also appears to have killed al- qaeda's top saudi bomb maker. believed to have made the explosives that were used in the airline plot in 2009. several conservative u.s. lawmakers, including ron paul, as well as civil rights groups criticized the attack because al-awlaki was a u.s. citizen. they say he deserved due process. >>> the suspected killer of a local hell's angel's leader is behind bars thanks to an alert police officer at uc san francisco. investigators say 53-year-old earnesto gonzalez was caught on surveillance cameras gunning down pettigrew at a casino in sparks, nevada l
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Oct 28, 2011 10:00pm PDT
did not tell the chief not to use force on tuesday. and only saying he wished she would reserve it until they were back in town. and now the oakland tribune is saying that when he arrived back here in town here, she was receiving text messages from her daughter to stop the tear gas. >> robert, i'm just curious about other police agencies around the bay area. there were 16 or 17 that responded to the mutual aid the other night when the tear gas was lobbed around. and then the city of oakland allows people back in like it didn't happen. like these officers didn't put their lives on the line. what's going to happen the next time the city of oakland calls in for mutual aid, are they going to come or say no thanks, you handle it yourself? >> it is a very interesting question. it's my understanding that it took a number of days for them to get the 17 agencies to actually participate in this effort. now, the city is saying that monetarily, this is all going to be reimbursed by the state. but the real question is, will those departments, given what's happened now agree to participate in an
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Oct 5, 2011 5:00pm PDT
that he has posted online. joe vazquez joining us now from outside allman's san jose apartment with more. >> reporter: allen, just behind this yellow tape police investigators are inside allman's apartment. in fact, there's a police officer standing guard to make sure he doesn't come back. a little while ago they took these huge evidence bags out of his apartment. allman was well known in this area. [ rap ] >> reporter: he had his own cable access show called real to reel with his own name in the theme song. [ rap ] >> reporter: shareff allman covered his community interviewed celebrities including jesse jackson. >> what do you say about the whole event today? >> reporter: in this interview he offers a glimpse of his own difficult childhood. >> growing up in an he environment where there wasn't love. >> yes. >> my understanding of love was very twisted. >> reporter: today a security officer stands guard over create tv. the san jose cable access company that aired his videos. he popped in once a month to work on his show. >> create tv has 130 community producers. shareef allman was o
CW
Oct 14, 2011 10:00pm PDT
cameras cost approximately $300. these fire fighterings telling me equipment they use on the job are things that they have purchased out of pocket. despite pay cuts and despite salary cuts. they say obviously this job isn't for the paycheck. it's for days like this, saving lives. in concord, juliette goodrich, cbs 5. >>> president obama son is on the road with the president of south korea. put tens and thousands of americans back to work. but as tara shows us back in washington, republicans are pushing a very different jobs plan. >> president obama and south korea's president toured a gm plant near detroit. a day after the two leaders signed a major trade deal. it's expected to create up to 70,000 u.s. jobs, many in the auto industry. >> americans can buy hyundais from korea. i know korea should be able to buy fords and chryslers and chevies that are made right here in the united states of america. >> this michigan plant uses some south koreaen parts to create u.s. chevrolets and the new hope is the cars will now sell in south korea. the plan also got a new lease on life, shuttered,
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Oct 28, 2011 5:00pm PDT
mr. moore's speech. she told us that she is willing to speak to the crowd if they will have her. back to you. >> christin, what is the expectation for the weekend? is there any expectation for what's going to happen over the weekend? >> reporter: , you know, this is a crowd that has not kept a very strict agenda. there is one thing that happens every day and that is their general assembly meeting. we are hearing word that there will be marches or protests this weekend. and so we know for certain that they will continue some of their political activity. but as far as any interaction with the mayor and the police chief, still unclear whether they will all be talking. >> we'll see as it unfolds. thank you, christin ayers. >>> here's the ripple effect of the "occupy oakland" movement. this is all the way in egypt. pro-democracy demonstrators marched from tahrir square to cairo supporting oakland's occupiers and protesting the police activities used in tuesday night's raid. >>> "occupy" protestors in san jose are on the move tonight. in the past hour, they started marching to the cit
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Oct 26, 2011 11:00pm PDT
puppet that she would use to explain exactly what she was doing and why she was doing it. i just wish there was someone to explain to me how i'm going to find another doctor like that. [ male announcer ] we know a good doctor is hard to find. we have some of the largest networks in california so you can choose one that's right for you. blue shield. . >>> you're watching cbs5 eyewitness news in high definition. >> city of oakland has a new message for the protesters, tonight the complete 180. >>> and a look at the growing disapproval of the mayor. a night after police tear gassed protesters. >> i opened the envelope and dumped it out and it was absolutely heart breaking. >> she is the wife of the world's biggest thief. what she sent to her children right before she tried to take her own life. >> the big adventure of a little cat left at one of the busiest airports. we will talk to his owner. good evening. i'm ken batista. >> the city has caved, yesterday police tore up the camp and then tear gassed protesters. >> now in a stunning reversal the mayor said the protesters can go right ahe
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Oct 6, 2011 11:00pm PDT
surveillance videos that shows him after the deadly rampage where he worked. kit shows us that video and what coworkers say he shouted as he opened fire. >> a surveillance camera captures omen clenching the strap of an assault rifle after police say he gunned down an assault rifle. the motive came from racial tension. >> he said he was going to do some damage. if he was going to go out and he was going to kill some people. that was going to happen to him and his family. >> cynthia says almen came to his home last weekend, talked about retaliating against coworkers and showed off an ak47 to her son, brandon. >> he was like mad at the people at my job. he laughed with me. but he said, you know how that is. you can only contain a gorilla for so long. >> corey shaffer was in the room when he fired a gun. fired two warning shots and started screaming. >> he said, do you think -- that was it. he kept saying that, repeating that and shooting. so he had a grudge against specific people. >> almen was targeting managers and union reps. he had been coming to work late and been in numerous
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Oct 18, 2011 6:00pm PDT
us. >> reporter: so it appears that both sides are talking and listening and there may be a compromise in the works. as you can see, there are still tarps here but all the tents came down sunday night and there haven't been any more pop up here. so as of now, no police action. it doesn't appear there's any movement in that direction. dana, i should also mention the mayor's office put out a number today. more than $100,000 in taxpayer money, $80,000 of which are police officers on overtime, to deal with "occupy sf." >> thank you, joe vazquez in san francisco. >>> now, so far, the city of oakland has largely left its occupation alone. but the rodents haven't. officials say that the tent city on frank ogawa plaza is now attracting rats. there are also reports of violence, vandalism and drug and alcohol use. a viewer who emailed us says that the rat problem on the plaza is nothing new. still, it could be enough to get the protestors kicked out. until now, the city has been allowing the illegal encampment to continue so long as it stays peaceful. >>> the "occupy" movement has spr
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Oct 13, 2011 5:00am PDT
it on the computer screen. they did keep us informed but they didn't have much information. they encouraged people who wanted to turn in their tickets and come back in 24 hours to do so. there were a got of us and we had no -- there were a dozen of us and we had nowhere to go of it we went back to san francisco or we were willing to wait. originally they said three to five hours. and it's been longer than that. >> reporter: absolutely. and in fact, we have some benches behind here. you say this has been the makeshift beds almost for -- >> well, most people slept inside. but a couple of us did come outside to stretch out. it got cold and i ended up not sleeping well. >> reporter: preliminary reports say it was possibly operator error maybe running a red light. any thoughts on that? >> well, anytime someone fails to observe their signals, it's of concern. but it's a one-time kind of happening. it's not like the system has gone down, although when you refer to the omaha switching, that could be a switching problem. >> reporter: so plenty of concern. thank you so much, louise. we app
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Oct 6, 2011 6:00am PDT
the search last night saying the area was cleared and that it would continue its search using specific tips from the public. >> we have leads. we have detectives an u marshals service on it. we're confident of finding him sooner rather than later. >>> three men were killed. very tragic what happened here. the sheriff's deputies will be here for several hours. >> reporter: area schools were locked down yesterday and students at home were told to stay at home. we are told that the schools should be open today although people should check with their schools, check the websites or call them to make sure. they will be on high alert and there will be increased patrols in the area. >> thank you, stephanie chuang. >>> here's what about shareef allman. he lives in san jose and has two children. he produced content for a local television show on his show real 2 real once interviewing jesse jackson dabbling in discussions of love and passion. shareef also authored a book called amazing grace, about empowering women against domestic violence. >>> meanwhile, people all around the world are
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Oct 14, 2011 11:00pm PDT
out two women who were trapped by flames and thick smoke. juliette shows us the rescue from the eyes of one of the firefighters. >> a heroic rescue all caught on a personal helmet camera worn by firefighter. he describes what is happening during this fire rescue today. >> you are looking at the smoke conditions that are happening because it's an actual attic fire above them that had started apparently in the kitchen. >> you can see him actually making his way through smoke filled hallways. locating an elderly woman and carrying her out of the burning building. a heroic act all caught on tape by the helmet cam. >> pretty good feeling today? >> pretty awesome, yeah. >> you saved a life. >> it was awesome. it was. i was talking with nick about it. i've been a firefighter for 13 years now and this is my actual first live rescue where the victim will walk away. >> county wide budget cuts forced fighters to take pay cuts. all the while, added tools are bought by firefighters themselves. nick long says the benefits outweigh the personal cost. especially when it comes to saving lives. a devi
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Oct 9, 2011 5:30pm PDT
a protest, they have yet to come up with and to solidify clear demands, but it makes us think about what are the solutions. >> the protests continue to go in cities nationwide but it's not being received well by at least one republican presidential candidate tomorrow protest wall street and the bankers is saying you're anticapitollism. some of them are there because they don't have a job, yes, but the fact of the matter is, why aren't there jobs? go and picket the white house. demonstrate in front of the white house. >> when we said everyone should pay their fair share, the other side said that's class warfare. no it's the most indeering american value, fairness, it's about everyone paying their fair share. >> the ambassador worked along side martin luther king. for the movement to be effective it cannot just be people voicing their frustrations. they have to have a message and organization. >> thank you. well, san jose police are searching tonight for the person that shot two people saturday morning in a residential neighborhood. it happened in an alley near the 800 block of south
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Oct 18, 2011 10:00pm PDT
with their eyes open because they are not alone under those tents and tarps. mark shows us a nightmarish new wave of occupier, not the protester's only problem. >> tonight, franko resembles a small tent city, but in a series of letters, city officials say they are receiving complaints of rats, fighting, drug use, and sex in public. but the city says it is committed to letting the protesters stay. >> this is a plaza that has a long history of being able for people to show their views. >> leana rice has been here from the beginning and the group takes public health standards very seriously. >> i have been here since day one and i haven't seen one rat. we are policing ourselves, cleaning up after ourselves and making sure that it is sanitary around here. >> the protesters point to food being cooked on grills and grills. >> public urination and rateds are a problem. they are maybe this big, the body, and then the tail, and they clearly have not spunk up in the last nine days. >> all of the city's communications about health issues are setting stage for the forcible removal of the
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Oct 6, 2011 6:00pm PDT
simply could not find him. at this hour, oakland police tell us that the victim is in critical condition. she has life-threatening injuries. she has been hospitalized at highland hospital. again, they say the search for this suspect continues. where that search continues, no one is saying. but as far as 35th and 580, this scene has been cleared. back to you. >> are on the, the car that the us is -- robert, the car that the suspect crashed, do police believe that it was his? >> reporter: they are not saying if the vehicle is registered to the individual they believe to be the shooter. all that they will say is that that vehicle has not been reported stolen. >> okay. all right. robert lyles in oakland, thank you. >>> shut down or else. it's a warning from the feds in a new crackdown on california pot providers. christin ayers live in fairfax with the latest fight over what is legal and what's not when it comes to pot. >>> reporter: we have learned that the federal government is sending out letters at least 16 of them so far two medical marijuana dispensaries, they are -- it is al
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Oct 25, 2011 6:00am PDT
. we had some protestors screaming at us this morning. one of them threw a -- some food wrappers at our videographer's head. a lot of anger out there this morning so police have to keep a tight watch make sure these people don't do any destruction to downtown oakland. >> think it's a little late for that kristy. thank you for joining us this morning. many of the businesses in the area of frank ogawa plaza probably are going to be opening later this morning. >> and it may be a good idea just to avoid the area at least for the next couple of hours especially with a car. let's check in with elizabeth now and get and idea of what traffic is like in the area. >> avoid the area around downtown oakland. it sounds like the hub of where all the action is where all those police barricades are at 14th and broadway by city hall. you can see police out there in full force a lot of police presence still. for the most part it has been peaceful so far. but earlier there were a lot of arrests and obviously police still throughout in riot gear. it's around 2 to 3 blocks around 14th and broadway impac
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Oct 7, 2011 6:00pm PDT
cartels and these other bad guys that none of us wants to see succeed. >> reporter: marijuana advocates say they have heard these threats before. but the government insists this is no scare tactic. they say dozens of dispensaries statewide will be shuttered come november. >> this is not an idle threat. >> we're not going anywhere. >> reporter: setting the stage for another legal clash over cannabis. in sacramento, christin ayers, cbs 5. >>> it's debating animal rights between cultural tradition. the controversy over sharp fin soup has been simmering for months but today the governor signed into law a ban on harvesting shark fins. joe vazquez got reaction from both sides of the issue. >> reporter: they are considered a chinese delicacy, shark fins often made into soup sell in oakland's chinatown for hundreds of dollars a pound but you won't be able to buy them here much longer. governor brown signed a law today banning the possession and sale of imported shark fins in california. in a statement he said, "the practice of cutting the fins off living sharks and dumping them back in the ocea
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Oct 6, 2011 12:00pm PDT
right. stephanie, thanks for joining us. >> reporter: and that suspect apparently told his friends he would do something drastic if he lost his job. >> my son didn't know he was actually really going to hurt somebody. you know? because people just talk sometimes. you know, my son, he go to his knees and tell me, shareef said he would hurt some people if they would take away his livelihood from him. [ crying ] >> that's what happened. >> he has two children a son and daughter and has a hobby. he produced content for a local tv channel. >>> and in the developing story we learned that the santa clara county sheriff held a press conference in san jose. he said when deputies came across the suspect he brandished a gun in a threatening manner. >> he was crouched behind a vehicle. he was confronted by the deputy. the deputies recognized him as matching the description of the suspect that we were looking for and then -- and again, we haven't talked with the deputies -- and then shots were fired by the deputies, and the subject died at the scene. >> the sheriff says that even though they belie
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Oct 20, 2011 1:35am PDT
the rescued driver shares his story of survival. >> reporter: most of us crane our necks for a look at the freeway crash or roll past. this morning michael was praying to god save me. >> i hit the guardrail, looked up in the air and i just thought i was going over the guardrail. 100 feet down and that's where i thought i was going. >> reporter: you can't think you would survive. >> no. > he was driving 79,000 pounds of concrete when a car next to him lost control, hitting the medium. his car hit that car and both went into the front tire well. he lost all control. >> reporter: do you remember the truck flipping? >> no, i don't. i remember just came to a rest and i was alive and knew i could see the flames and i knew that to get out of the vehicle. >> reporter: tina williams watched. >> a white car hit it,. >> reporter: while every driver drove past, the 22-year-old williams couldn't. >> he is on top, staning between the fire. he passes out so i'm like my god, so i ran over and i tried -- i put my arms under his arms and i dragged him all the way to my car. >> reporter: the tiny mother
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Oct 25, 2011 1:35am PDT
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Oct 12, 2011 6:00pm PDT
angeles. a reporter tells us witnesses say the gunman came ready for a firefight. >> reporter: just a half mile from the site of the shooting this home video was taken as police caught the manthey say shot nine people inside a seal beach hair salon. six people died inside the salon, three were taken to the hospital. now two of the three who were taken to the hospital have been pronounced dead, as well. >> as far as the updated information that i have for you this afternoon, it appears that two of the three that were transported to our local hospital have died of their injuries. >> reporter: police have not released details on the type of weapon the shooter was using. they also have not confirmed witness reports that he was wearing a bulletproof vest. but they do say the salon was busy. every hair station was filled. people inside were seeking shelter when the shooting started and when the suspect left, police found him immediately. >> within a minute i would say of the shooting our officers arriving -- our officers were following the suspect. so we feel very confident at this point
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Oct 11, 2011 5:00am PDT
the cement plant where the murders happened. stephanie chuang is in cupertino to tell us about the efforts to collect donations. she joins us with more. >> reporter: frank, good morning. the workers have been coming back every minute or so back here to the quarry. they have been back since yesterday. it's been almost a week since those tragic shootings and they have grief counselors on hand. tonight, people are getting ready to say good-bye. they have a service for one of the three men who was killed. again, last wednesday morning that was 48-year-old manuel pinon of newman, california. he left behind a wife of 27 years and four adult children. the family called mothers against murder, the house mortgage is due in two weeks and that molina, who never worked outside the home is shocked and at a total loss. she is facing serious medical illness reportedly an inoperable tumor and doesn't know how long the insurance coverage under her husband will last. so the group is helping the family, asking the public for donations by giving to his memorial fund at the bank of the west. pull up th
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Oct 4, 2011 6:00pm PDT
the borders of the injunction. >> i don't know if it will pass. but i think all of us are going to have it on our conscience that we are not doing anything to provide a safe city for oakland citizens. 88 homicides this year? i think that 3-year-old father and son and we are just continue talking and continue hoping for the perfect plan. i don't think it's a perfect plan but i think that giving the police the tools to work, something that has worked in the city. >> reporter: police claim the injunction has been working for north oakland for the past year. the new proposal would also include a strict ban on loitering in the neighborhoods be and day and night curfews for young people. but an organized group opposing the injunctions argue they don't work. >> expensive, i think it's overreaching. i think it doesn't do what it's meant to do. i think we have seen that it tends to increase tensions between law enforcement and the community. and i think we have seen that it is racial profiling. i think that we have seen that it suppresses people's activities rather than offering them opport
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Oct 13, 2011 6:00am PDT
public utilities commission and local authorities. they have not given us an estimated time when the railway here is going to be reopened. in the meantime, passengers are being bused over to emeryville to continue on with their rail travel and that is where we find stephanie chuang. she has been talking to some of these passengers who have been severely inconvenienced. stephanie. >> reporter: anne, yeah, they have been stranded here the entire night. now, this is the first stop north of oakland to emeryville. the last two trains headed to sacramento have come through in the last 30 minutes from an oakland yard. and as you mentioned, buses are coming here picking people up from oakland so that they can come and board the trains from here. now, inside the station here at emeryville not boarding those trains are about 12 passengers who have been stuck here all night long. they were supposed to be on the coast starlight train that was involved in the accident. that train headed north to seattle making stops also in portland. it was set to get here at 9:57 last night. of course it never m
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